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It’s no longer an NHS winter crisis, it’s a 12-month crisis: Corbyn
He pledged more funds, the return of nursing bursaries and the creation of a National Care Service, if Labour wins power.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 12/01/2018

Warning over 'trust' schemes supposed to help families avoid paying for care
Families are being put at risk by unregulated firms promising to help them avoid care fees and inheritance tax, lawyers and financial advisers have warned.
The Telegraph (register) - Posted 12/01/2018

NHS ‘no longer able to meet standards in its constitution’, health boss tells Jeremy Hunt
‘Rising numbers of flu cases and more respiratory illness have placed intolerable pressures on staff’.
The Independent - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon Shifting care closer to home will ease pressure on hospitals
There is growing evidence that a greater focus on prevention and self-care reduces demands on the NHS. We need to build on what works.
The Guardian - Posted 12/01/2018

The NHS is in crisis. But it's not up to volunteers to rescue it
Volunteers are not a source of cheap labour to patch up underfunded and under-supported public services.
The Guardian - Posted 12/01/2018

NHS winter crisis: hospital 'felt like something out of a war zone'
Husband of a patient and locum doctor share moving experiences of severe pressures on national health service.
The Guardian - Posted 12/01/2018

Sixty Icon Four Seasons Health Care rescue talks suffer setback
Minority bondholders react angrily to deal conditions tabled by troubled firm’s biggest lender, H/2 Capital Partners.
The Guardian - Posted 12/01/2018

NHS patients dying in hospital corridors, A&E doctors tell Theresa May
Doctors running 68 A&E departments tell PM patients are dying prematurely because staff are too busy to treat them.
The Guardian - Posted 12/01/2018

The winter crisis has left the NHS running on empty – it needs a fix, now
Care and safety is being compromised as the service was at full capacity before winter even started – the government must give it a new long-term funding settlement.
The Guardian - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Local System Reviews - Interim Report - December 2017
Following the government’s 2017 Spring Budget announcement of additional funding for adult social care, the Secretaries of State for Health and for Communities and Local Government asked CQC to carry out a programme of targeted ‘system’ reviews in local authority areas.
Care Quality Commission - Posted 11/01/2018

NHS winter pressures affecting 9% of people in England, survey finds
This could mean that as many as 3.8 million people have already been affected, 38 Degrees said.
Belfast Telegraph - Posted 11/01/2018

Hospitals and NHS trusts commission study on how to properly fund health system
Research will provide 'objective evidence' of how much investment is needed until 2032.
The Independent - Posted 11/01/2018

Hospital bosses urge Jeremy Hunt: spend now to rescue NHS
Austerity must end, health and social care secretary is told in letter, as staff face ‘watershed moment’ of winter crisis.
The Guardian - Posted 11/01/2018

Latimer Grange care home residents removed by council
A care home under investigation for neglect has had its county council contract terminated.
BBC - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon We've run out of beds, warn hospital bosses
Hospitals have run out of beds and can no longer cope, bosses are warning.
BBC - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Delayed transfers of care: a target that misses the mark?
Reducing delayed transfers of care continues to be a priority for the NHS and social care. But since March 2017, the already significant national focus on delayed transfers has increased substantially, as national bodies attempted to arrest the spiralling growth in these delays.
The King's Fund - Posted 11/01/2018

Delayed transfers of care: a quick guide
Why do delayed transfers of care occur? And what is the impact on the wider health system? We answer some key questions.
The King's Fund - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon Jeremy Hunt admits NHS needs more money after facing calls to quit
Health secretary acknowledges pressure on health service as Jeremy Corbyn brands Theresa May ‘too weak’ to sack him.
The Guardian - Posted 11/01/2018

Sixty Icon PDF: Living well, dying well – the importance of housing
David Clark and Sandy Whitelaw outline their vision for a new type of ‘care campus’ that would provide an environment in which older people, ranging from those able to live with complete independence to those with palliative care needs, would become part of the community of the Crichton Campus in dumfries.
University of Glasgow - Posted 10/01/2018

Sixty Icon Intergenerational housing with care
There’s a buzz around about ‘mixing’ across the generations, bringing benefits to young and old alike.
End of Life studies - Posted 10/01/2018

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